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Serpentine Galleries' Summer Exhibitions...'Homeless Person 1991' at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery, a lifelike sculpture by Duane Hanson whose work will be on display at the gallery between June 2 and September 13 2015 as part of the Serpentine Galleriesí Summer Exhibitions, in London. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Monday June 1, 2015. The artwork is to be returning to London for the first time since 1997. Photo credit should read: Lauren Hurley/PA Wire

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‘Homeless Person 1991′ at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery, a lifelike sculpture by Duane Hanson whose work will be on display at the gallery between June 2 and September 13 2015 as part of the Serpentine Galleries’ Summer Exhibitions, in London 

A swimmer reacts as he prepares to swim in the Serpentine lake after snow fall in central London

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A swimmer prepares to swim in the Serpentine lake after snow fall in central London on Tuesday.

A member of the Serpentine Swimming Club enjoys an early morning swim in Serpentine Lake in Hyde Park on Monday in London, England

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A member of the Serpentine Swimming Club enjoys a brisk early morning swim on Monday in the lake in Hyde Park in London, England

Swimmers Take An Early Dip In The Serpentine Lido

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Members of the Serpentine Swimming Club enjoy an early morning swim in Serpentine lake in Hyde Park on Monday.

A swimmer passes a temporary floating sculpture as he trains on the Serpentine Lake at Hyde Park in London

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A swimmer passes a temporary floating sculpture as he trains on the Serpentine Lake at Hyde Park in London.

Opening Of The Serpentine Gallery Pavilion Designed By Sou Fujimoto

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Visitors admire the Serpentine Gallery Pavilion on Tuesday in London, England. The structure, designed by Sou Fujimoto, a Japanese architect, occupies 357sq m of lawn in front of the art gallery. Using a latticed, cloud-like structure of 20mm steel poles that has a cafe inside, visitors are encouraged to enter and interact with the Pavilion in different ways throughout it’s month tenure in Kensington Gardens